§ Sir Arthur Balfour, K.B.E., J.P., Chairman and Managing Director of Arthur Balfour and Company, Limited, Capital and Dannemora Steel Works, Sheffield.
§ Mr. John Baker, Assistant Secretary, Iron and Steel Trades Confederation.
§ Sir W. H. Beveridge, K.C.B., Director, London School of Economics.
§ Mr. Henry Boothman, General Secretary, Amalgamated Association of Operative Cotton Spinners and Twiners.
§ Mr. J. T. Brownlie, President of the Amalgamated Engineering Union.
§ Mr. W. T. Charter, a Director of the Cooperative Wholesale Society, Limited.
§ Mr. C. T. Cramp, General Secretary, National Union of Railwaymen.
§ Mr. Hugh Dalton, D.Sc., Lecturer in the Commerce and Industry Department, London School of Economics.
§ Sir Harry Goschen, K.B.E., of Goschens and Cunliffe, Merchants and Foreign Bankers, Chairman of the National Provincial and Union Bank of England.
§ Mrs. M. A. Hamilton, late of Newnham College, Cambridge, Author and Journalist.
§ Mr. F. A. Hargreaves, President of the Cotton Spinners' and Manufacturers' Association.
§ Sir Norman Hill, Bart., Vice-President of the Chamber of Shipping, and former Secretary of the Liverpool Steamship Owners' Association.
§ Sir John S. Hindley, a Director of Stephenson, Clarke and Company, Limited, Coal Factors.
§ Mr. David Landale, a Director of Matheson and Company, Limited, General Merchants.
§ Sir William Clare Lees, O.B.E., a Director of the Bleachers' Association.
§ Mr. P. J. Pybus, C.B.E., Managing Director of the English Electric Company, Limited.2722
§ Mr. Arthur Shaw, General Secretary of the National Union of Textile Workers, Bradford.
§ Sir Allan Smith, K.B.E., Chairman of Managing Committee, Engineering Employers' Federation.
§ Sir H. Llewellyn Smith, G.C.B., Chief Economic Adviser to His Majesty's Government.
§ Note.—It will be understood that the Committee has not been constituted on a representative basis, the members having been invited to serve in their individual capacities.